Former Kentuckian In Boston Describes Scene

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Updated: 4/19/2013 5:25 pm
    Former Somerset resident Andrew Haste who currently lives in Boston says Friday's scene around the area has been surreal, and like a "ghost town."

    He says everything has stopped and virtually no one is out on the streets excepts police, as authorities continue the manhunt for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing from Monday.


    Haste says everyone has been asked to stay in their homes unless it's completely necessary to go out.

   He says everyone has had the day off or trying to work from home, but adds everyone is 'glued' to their TV's trying to get the latest on the manhunt.
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